Tualatin Valley beckons travelers with a wealth of enriching experiences. From exploring scenic nature reserves and savoring exquisite wines at local vineyards to indulging in farm-to-table dining and cultural discoveries, Tualatin Valley offers a diverse array of activities for every visitor to enjoy.
Built to resemble a stadium, Big Al’s Sports Bar & Grill boasts wrap-around booth seating, and jumbotron, and offers game favorites such as wings, specialty salads, pizza, specialty burgers and sandwiches. Daily happy hour specials are offered on many food and drinks from the full-service bar.
Additional features include exposed trusses, metal decking, concrete floors, a painted sky ceiling, four 50″ HD plasmas, eight 42″ plasmas, AND an 14ft x 55ft jumbotron that can be viewed as three massive wide-screens or divided into any combination of smaller viewing screens.
Experience Theatre Project brings professional immersive programming to Tualatin Valley. The company was founded with the belief that new, modern theater consists of innovation, immersion, and imagination.
Experience Theatre Project strives to create a unique and inventive theater-going experience by bringing audience members into the moment through a collaboration of creative writers, performers, musicians, technology, digital media, and the community. Experience Theatre Project produces a wide-ranging repertoire which will encourage the audience to not simply observe a play but feel as though they are an integral part of the performance (the experience), and performances happen in a unique variety of venues, including outdoor performances. The eclectic approach celebrates new voices, inspires and challenges audiences of all ages, and explores new and inventive ways in which to bring theatrical performance to a whole new level of storytelling.
Family vacations just got more fun with the Motel 6 Beaverton, which allows kids under 17 to stay free with an adult family member. Complimentary coffee will be sure to perk up your mornings. Take home leftovers from walking-distance restaurants to put in your in-room refrigerator and microwave; don’t let your pooch steal ‘em (as Motel 6 is pet-friendly!).
Open from late-May through October, Phil’s Farm Market offers a selection of fruits ready picked until early-September, including peaches, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and marionberries. Some vegetables, pumpkins, and squash are also available on weekends throughout October.
Open daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., late-May through October.
With 48 rotating taps, Nebulous Taproom is the new spot in Beaverton for beer, cider or wine. Hungry? No need to leave the taproom, order inside from a variety of nearby restaurants and your food will be delivered right to your table.